Presentation on theme: "Our Student Charter. Introduction We are passionate about the student experience at the University of Bradford, and aim to put students at the heart of."— Presentation transcript:
Our Student Charter
Introduction We are passionate about the student experience at the University of Bradford, and aim to put students at the heart of all we do. Our charter is intended to set out the minimum expectations relating to the student experience for both staff and students Your active engagement with your learning, students, staff and with the students’ union are absolutely key to fostering a sense of community. Our charter seeks to remove ambiguity regarding expectations, and enable individuals to engage with their learning and development in an atmosphere of partnership, mutual respect and appreciation. It outlines expectations for: the university the Students’ Union and all students You should have received/will receive your own copy of the Charter (wallet size) as part of your enrolment
Summary of Support & Expectations You can expect the University to: Provide up-to-date and accurate information on all aspects of the student experience and provide you with appropriate and relevant information regarding University services and support available to you in a range of formats Support you effectively through all stages of your engagement with the University from initial enquiry through to graduation and beyond. Work with you to identify your individual learning needs and expectations. Provide an intellectually stimulating and inspiring, safe and friendly learning environment. Treat you with fairness, dignity and respect. Give you clear information about when and how you will receive feedback on your individual progress Ensure you are kept fully informed of any changes to your study and/or support Actively seek your participation in governance and decision making.
Summary of Support & Expectations You can expect the Student Union to: Provide you with a diverse range of social activities to suit all student needs which will promote a sense of enjoyment in all aspects of University life. Work proactively with the University to ensure student views are taken into account and provide appropriate training and support to elected representatives. Offer impartial advice and support to students through the Advice Centre. Support students in setting up and running Clubs and Societies. Obtain feedback from students about their experiences
Summary of Support & Expectations We expect you to: Actively and positively engage in your studies, hand in work on time and ask for help if you need it. Make effective use of all facilities that the University provides to support your learning. Take responsibility for your own learning and personal development, acting on opportunities available to you by the University and Students’ Union. Behave in a responsible manner, treating staff, fellow students and visitors with dignity and respect. Familiarise yourself with all regulations and seek advice and clarification from us regarding what we expect from you in a timely manner. Provide us with appropriate evidence about any changes to your personal circumstances as soon as possible. Actively participate in the student representative system.